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Can An anechoic cyst in the ovary cause blood sugar to plummet ?

I am on a feeding tube to control reactive hypoglycemia . I have had some dangerous lows recently despite using the tube (I have been using it successfully for a year now). I came to find out that I have a 6cm anechoic cyst on an ovary . I have been having extra bleeding . Can this cause my blood sugar to plummet? Nothing has changed except for the cyst. Lis
Thu, 12 Jan 2012
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Hello
Welcome to health care magic forum
come out with more details why you need feeding tube ,why not orally.
Ovarian cyst never cause hypoglycemia.you can get the cyst removed surgically or laproscopically .Get CT /MRI abdomen to find the cause of hypoglycemia.
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